Dr Martin Taylor

Dr Martin Taylor

Postdoctoral Research Associate

Faculty and Department

  • Institutes
  • Energy and Environmental Institute

Qualifications

  • MEng (University of Hull)
  • PhD (Aston University)

Recent outputs

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Journal Article

Effect of support oxygen storage capacity on the catalytic performance of Rh nanoparticles for CO2 reforming of methane

Yentekakis, I. V., Goula, G., Hatzisymeon, M., Betsi-Argyropoulou, I., Botzolaki, G., Kousi, K., …Lambert, R. M. (2019). Effect of support oxygen storage capacity on the catalytic performance of Rh nanoparticles for CO2 reforming of methane. Applied catalysis. B, Environmental, 243, 490-501. doi:10.1016/j.apcatb.2018.10.048

Monometallic and bimetallic catalysts based on Pd, Cu and Ni for hydrogen transfer deoxygenation of a prototypical fatty acid to diesel range hydrocarbons

Cheah, K. W., Taylor, M. J., Osatiashtiani, A., Beaumont, S. K., Nowakowski, D. J., Yusup, S., …Kyriakou, G. (in press). Monometallic and bimetallic catalysts based on Pd, Cu and Ni for hydrogen transfer deoxygenation of a prototypical fatty acid to diesel range hydrocarbons. Catalysis Today, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cattod.2019.03.017

A comprehensive experimental and theoretical study of the CO + NO reaction catalyzed by Au/Ni nanoparticles

Kyriakou, G., Márquez, A. M., Holgado, J. P., Taylor, M. J., Wheatley, A. E. H., Mehta, J. P., …Lambert, R. M. (2019). A comprehensive experimental and theoretical study of the CO + NO reaction catalyzed by Au/Ni nanoparticles. ACS Catalysis, 9(6), 4919-4929. https://doi.org/10.1021/acscatal.8b05154

Choosing physical, physicochemical and chemical methods of pre-treating lignocellulosic wastes to repurpose into solid fuels

Taylor, M. J., Alabdrabalameer, H. A., & Skoulou, V. (2019). Choosing physical, physicochemical and chemical methods of pre-treating lignocellulosic wastes to repurpose into solid fuels. Sustainability, 11(13), https://doi.org/10.3390/su11133604

Augmented Leaching Pre-treatments for Forest Wood Waste and Their Effect on Ash Composition and the Lignocellulosic Network

Taylor, M., Alabdrabalameeer, H., Michopoulos, A. K., Volpe, R., & Skoulou, V. (in press). Augmented Leaching Pre-treatments for Forest Wood Waste and Their Effect on Ash Composition and the Lignocellulosic Network. ACS Sustainable Chemistry and Engineering, https://doi.org/10.1021/acssuschemeng.0c00351

Research interests

Heterogeneous Catalysis

Surface Science

Materials Science

Atmospheric Chemistry

Green Chemistry

Thermochemical Processing (Pyrolysis/Gasification)

Bioenergy

Membership/Fellowship of professional body

Member of the Royal Society of Chemistry

2019

MRSC